Tag Archive: art

The Tanks

Newly opened this summer, The Tanks are the latest addition to the Tate Modern’s exhibition areas. Formerly the oil tanks of the power station, they have been turned into fantastic spaces for audio,… Continue reading

Southbank

Every summer the Southbank area especially around the Festival Hall and Hayward Gallery really comes to life with art installations, pop up beaches, food markets and activities. Although the Southbank is lovely all… Continue reading

East London images

While spending a lazy Sunday wandering Spitalfields and Shoreditch’s sprawling markets I couldn’t help but take some pics of the artistics renderings covering local buildings. The last one was my favourite of the… Continue reading

Giant squid and pirate ships

Just one more glimpse of Bristol before I move on 🙂

Paint your cities – part two

Because Bristol has more arty sights than can fit into one post, here are some other public artworks.

Paint your cities – part one

Bristol’s a nice place to visit but one of its best features is it’s encouragement of street art. Wandering around town will  bring you into contact with the famous (there’s still some Banksy’s about) and the… Continue reading

Bristol, Bath and beyond…

Skipping from France and Easter 2011 to the west of England for the week before Easter 2012. The weather leading up to Easter had been sunny and warming up but was it too… Continue reading

Brighton street art

Last summer I spent  a few Saturdays day tripping around the south east of England. One of the places I visited was Brighton. What can I say, I was missing the ocean and… Continue reading

Elephants on parade!

Last year London was inundated by brightly coloured elephants. They popped up in malls, parks and near famous landmarks. The elephants (made of some sort of plastic or plaster) were decorated by artists and… Continue reading

More random pictures

cos I’m too lazy to write a proper post this week. Been slack on the blog front but finally seeing some results on the job interview front which is somewhat more important at… Continue reading